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The BIDMC Multidisciplinary Clinical Informatics Fellowship Program is a 2 year ACGME accredited training program. For over 40 years, the training program has trained leaders who will transform healthcare through the creative use of information and communication technology. Through real-world exposure to and participation within one of the world preeminent clinical computing system environments, our fellows learn how to assess needs of clinicians and patients, refine clinical processes, and design and implement clinical systems. Each fellow is expected to complete a capstone project that demonstrates their mastery of Clinical Informatics.

Fellows are encouraged to obtain a Masters in Biomedical Informatics, offered through the Department of Biomedical Informatics at Harvard Medical School.

United States citizens and permanent residents can apply for stipend, tuition, and travel funds, typically for two- to three-year periods. These funded positions are supported by a training grant from the National Library of Medicine, NIH and are administered by the Harvard Medical School Department of Biomedical Informatics (DBMI).  Fellows can also work clinically in their specialty in collaboration with one of our participating clinical departments.

For more information about the Boston-area Biomedical Informatics Research Training Program please visit the website here.

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    dcihmfp InfoSAGE t.co/vdqHSRHOXf continues to be developed. We are testing a low literacy version in Spanish, improved drug-drug interaction interfaces, medication e-label interoperability, and connecting InfoSAGE to European medication databases. More at t.co/zJ0E0d8zkk t.co/wT7DPKPFu2
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    dcihmfp Five years ago, DCI Informatics fellow @FrankPandolfe implemented a medication manager in the DCI InfoSAGE mobile app, with a publication in JAMIA t.co/pD8XTHwi1R with features that have become widely adopted, including new Apple Health app that has very similar features
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    dcihmfp How DCI was formed in 1970, as told by the late and great Dr. Warner Slack t.co/OpLuVQpTQs
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    dcihmfp Selected from a nationwide search, Sara Saif from Belmont University-College of Pharmacy & Tien Bui from Massachusetts College of Pharmacy & Health Sciences are completing the DCI Pharmacy Informatics Training Program. Program will be offered again in 2023 t.co/0hpKqwsIsC t.co/TjNYiDW5JY
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    dcihmfp New Paper in Int J Med Informatics: Alignment of two standard terminologies for dosage form: RxNorm from the National Library of Medicine for the United States and EDQM from the European Directorate for the Quality in Medicines and Healthcare for Europe t.co/vXEIVMpZiL